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Mild, largely dry mid-Winter weather covers the Heartland

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Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry conditions are spreading eastward.  Tuesday’s high temperatures will top 65°F in the southwestern Corn Belt, including parts of Missouri and Nebraska.  The renewed warm weather is quickly eroding a patchy snow cover that had developed last week.  Still, much of the upper Midwest is experiencing a “snow drought,” with season-to-date totals less than a foot—less than one-quarter of normal—being reported in locations such as Fargo, North Dakota (8.5 inches), and Sisseton, South Dakota (4.2 inches).  

Mild, largely dry mid-Winter weather covers the Heartland